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This CreativePro Tip of the Week on customizing the Photoshop interface was sent to CreativeProse email subscribers on June 14, 2017. Sign up now and every week you?ll get a new tip, plus roundups of new articles, and exclusive deals sent right to your Inbox! Just scroll down to the bottom of this page, enter your email address, and click Submit! We?ll take care of the rest. Now, on with the tip! Hi there! Captain Obvious here, just wanted to point out the fact that Photoshop has a lot of menu commands and tools. What might not be so obvious is the fact that you can customize Photoshop’s interface to show just the menu commands and tools that you want. Just go to the Edit menu and waaaaay down (literally 34 items from the top), you’ll see the commands for customizing menus and the toolbar. In the dialog box for customizing the Toolbar, drag and drop the tools to rearrange them. For example, maybe you work with paths a lot and like InDesign’s way of having the Selection and Direct Selection tools at the top of the Toolbox. Just drag them to the top of the list. And to get rid of unwanted tools, drag [...]

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Date: Jun 19, 2017    Labels: Photoshop


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